We’ve made it through round two of the Overwatch Madness bracket, and much like my basketball bracket, a few scrappy underdogs have completely thrown off our expectations. Notably, there’s no Mercy to be found in this round, and the only healer to survive the carnage is Zenyatta.

So it’s on to round three. Be sure to vote for your favorite character. (This is a contest of favorites, not hypothetical death matches. There’s no need to weigh who would kill whom in a no-rules cage match.) And don’t forget to share and urge others to vote as well.

This week, we will be posting polls on Twitter for all the match-ups in round two. We will make a single post for each match-up and a single tweet on Twitter. We are posting 2-3 match-ups each day, and each poll will be open for 48 hours.

Once round three is concluded, we will announce the results before launching into Semi-Finals and Finals. This is the part where sour grapes and complaints about how the winner is OP or wouldn’t be able to take out the loser in a steel cage death match are encouraged. Here is a link to the bracket, which will be updated as results come in.

Round Three Matchups

 

D.VA vs Soldier: 76

I was going to joke about the age difference, but the grandpa references are getting old.

D.VA vs Solider: 76

Poll for this matchup, on Twitter.

Result: Winner is D.VA


 

Sombra vs Hanzo

Winner and runner-up to the Blizzard’s Most Intense Stare Contest, 2016.

Sombra vs Hanzo

Poll for this matchup, on Twitter.

Result: Winner is Hanzo.


 

Mei vs Torbjorn

You gotta love the sheer number of ass-kicking Ph.D.s in this game.

Mei vs Torbjorn

Poll for this matchup, on Twitter.

Result: TBD


 

Junkrat vs Zenyatta

He won’t admit it, but all Junkrat really wants is a hug and someone to watch Steel Magnolias with.

Junkrat vs Zenyatta

Poll for this matchup, on Twitter.

Result: TBD


 

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